The Virginia Department of Corrections’ Segregation Step Down program utilizes evidence-based practices to provide a safe and secure way for offenders in Administrative Segregation to earn their return to the general population.
This 2018 video features interviews with staff at the Colorado State Penitentiary, providing their points of view on the facility’s reforms.
This study explores whether providing information about segregation causes respondents to update their beliefs about the practice and whether prior views about punishment moderate the influence of the message content on changes in the level of support for segregation.
This report by the HALTsolitary campaign finds that 43 percent of the suicide attempts in New York State prisons occur in restrictive housing units.
This report presents the findings from Vera’s assessment and recommendations for reforms, as well as an overview of the reform efforts Utah has made over the last few years.
This report argues that women are less likely to act out violently, but disproportionately receive disciplinary tickets for lower-level offenses—and receive harsher punishments for these infractions, including segregation.
This directive establishes acts of misconduct, the process for judging allegations of misconduct, and sanctions for violations in CT state facilities.
North Carolina Department of Public Safety Policy and Procedures concerning restrictive housing and related topics.
The purpose of this Directive is to outline NYCDOC procedures for procession pre-hearing detention and inmate disciplinary infractions.
This directive gives NYDOC’s definitions of each type of segregation.
This report provides a review of the state and federal policies on the use of administrative segregation.